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Benjamen Nforneh - Cameroon

Benjamen-Nforneh2Nforneh Benjamen is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Theoretical Physics at the African University of Science and Technology (AUST) in Abuja, Nigeria. In July 2010, he has received his first degree in Physics and a minor in Computer Science. Upon graduation, Benjamen Nforneh spent a year in Cameroon as a physics/mathematics tutor in one of the less privileged communities in Cameroon. Nforneh has participated in many different social activities most especially those that have to do with reaching out to the less privileged in society. In his secondary, high school, and university days, he has always held leadership positions and this has helped him acquire leadership skills. While in AUST, he was lucky to attain a two week conference, 9th-21st January, 2012, on conflict resolution organised by CWBI. To him, this conference was a dream come true. He became even more interested in realising his goal of making at least a single depressed soul smile each day. He believes in the power of communication, positivity, and above all LOVE. His favourite quotation is ‘We better learn to live together as a community, or perish as fools’, by Dr. King.

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